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Photos Of 2 Ghanaian Lesbian Partner Getting Married In Holland Has Gone Viral

Pictures showing yet to be identified Ghanaian lesbians tying the knot have gone viral. Unconfirmed reports suggests that the two love birds got married in a private ceremony in Holland.

One of the pictures show the ladies beautifully dressed in Ghanaian-made kente while another also show the ladies dressed in their white wedding apparel.

Many have criticised the ladies for embarrassing the the nation outside the shores of Ghana. The discussion on homos*xuality became very prominent in recent times after President Akufo-Nana Addo in an interview with Al Jazeera news opined that Ghana may legalize homos*xuality should there be strong demand for it.


Lewandowski Scores To Send Bayern Munich Nine Points Clear At The Top Of German Football League

Robert Lewandowski scored his 15th goal in 16 league games as Bayern Munich beat Cologne to move nine points clear at the top of the Bundesliga.

Bayern’s performance was below par but the Poland international earned his side victory in the 60th minute when he tapped home after being set up by captain Thomas Muller.

Lewandowski now has 21 goals in all competitions this season.

Cologne, meanwhile, are without a win and are now 13 points from safety.

“We didn’t do enough and didn’t let the ball run,” said Muller.

“You can’t attack against every opponent like we did in the second half – we have to do more.”

Bayern have won 13 of their 14 games since Jupp Heynckes replaced Carlo Ancelotti as coach at the start of October.


WICKED! Man R*pes & Kills NYSC Member In Ogun (Read Sad Details)

The Ogun State Police Command, has arrested a 29-year-old driving instructor, for allegedly raping and killing a National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, member, serving in Abeokuta, Modupe Taiyese.

The Commissioner of Police in the state, Ahmed Iliyasu, told journalists at the scene of the crime in Abule Ayo area on Thursday that the suspect had confessed to the crime.

Iliyasu said prior to the arrest of the suspect, the Coordinator of the NYSC in the state, John Okon, had complained to the command about a missing corps member in the state.

He said, “We went for a powerful technical screening of fact left behind by the last person she contacted, who is the suspect; we are able to arrest him.

“We are able to uncover this nefarious act and he led us to this place and confessed.

“Technically, the information led to one person, an indigene of Uromi in Edo, who was teaching this innocent corps member, Taiyese Modupe, how to drive a car.

“The man tactically and deceitfully convinced her on Saturday evening that her driving permit was ready.

“She decided to answer his call and he cleverly and deceitfully apprehended the lady and brought her down to this forest where he had a forceful and unlawful carnal knowledge of her. Thereafter, he strangled her to death.”

The CP also said the police tracked the suspect, following some passport photographs found at the scene of the crime.

“The passport photographs of the suspect were found at the scene of the incident which is a remarkable evidence of crime,” he said.


I Will Take A Bullet For You’- Governor Wike Tells His Friends

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike has declared that he will take bullet for anyone who does the same for him.

The Governor said he will continue to work for the stability and growth of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.

Wike spoke on Wednesday night during a Special Birthday Service and Dinner in honour of his birthday in Port Harcourt.

Wike said, “People should be firm and truthful at all times. I don’t abandon my friends no matter the situation. If you take a bullet for me, I will take a bullet for you.

“I will never do anything that will bring down the PDP. I will continue to work for the party to meet the expectations of Nigerians. Nigerians are waiting for the PDP to rise and salvage them.

“My advice to the new National Working committee is that you should endeavour not to fail Nigerians. Don’t compromise, no matter the bait.

“I will continue to work for the people of Rivers State and Nigeria because my survival and longevity are deposited in the hands of God.

“God has protected me over the years, despite the challenges I have faced. Every additional year is a blessing from God and a call to greater service.”

Governor Wike said that he will always stand for what is right because God has been kind to him and his family.


President Buhari Takes Care Of His Cows Than Nigerians – Governor’s Aide

An aide to the Akwa Ibom governor has accused Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari of abandoning the people to economic hardship and fuel crisis, while giving more care to his cows.

Filling stations across Akwa Ibom, for instance, now sell fuel at N170 against the government approved price of N145.

Governor Udom Emmanuel’s media aide, Essien Ndueso, on Thursday posted on Facebook, photos of Mr. Buhari’s recent visit to his ranch in Daura. He said of the photos, Today, we are in an administration that cows fare better than human beings.

Apparently mocking the president, Mr. Ndueso said, “If the cost of grass were to increase, or if anyone were to temper with the comfort of these cows, I am sure Baba would come back and take urgent actions.

Today fuel is N180 and those who earn their wages monthly from worshipping Baba on Facebook are also suffering the same fate, he said.

The governor’s aide, who also criticised the human rights community in the state for not speaking up against the increase in fuel price, dared a well-known Buhari supporter in the state, Imaobong Akpan, to lead a campaign against the increase.

But Ms. Akpan reacted by asking Governor Emmanuel to call his aide to order.

This is a president that has been the most magnanimous to the welfare of Nigerians, and specifically the governors through the regular and timely release of budget support funds, Paris club refunds, and other social intervention funds meant to alleviate the sufferings of Nigerians, of which Gov Udom Emmanuel, Mr. Essien’s boss is a major beneficiary,” she told, Thursday.

It is on record that Mr. President has been very kind to the people of Akwa Ibom State through the various appointments and other strategic partnerships meant to grow the economy of Akwa Ibom.

The fuel crisis in the country is traceable to deliberate sabotage which I believe the government is addressing and therefore should not be politicised, she said.


Lionel Messi Reveals ‘Debt’ Football Owes Him Ahead Of 2018 World Cup In Russia

Argentina captain, Lionel Messi, has said he hopes football “ends up paying” the debt the spot owes him at the 2018 World Cup.

Messi has lost three straight finals with Argentina in a three-year span.

His national team coach, Jorge Sampaoli, said after Messi’s hat-trick at Ecuador in the 3-1 win in their final qualifier on October 10, that football “owes Messi a World Cup.”

When asked to comment on Sampaoli’s remarks, Messi told FIFA: “Yes, I did hear it, and he said it to me too. I hope football does end up paying me!”

Argentina will face Nigeria, Croatia and Iceland in Group D of next year’s tournament. But Messi says the 2014 World Cup final defeat to Germany is still an open wound.

“It’s going to be there forever,” he said.

“I don’t know if they’re ever going to heal. We’re just going to have to live with it. The World Cup is a very happy memory and a bitter one too because of how it ended, how it all worked out. But it’s always going to be there.”

Messi is, however, glad to get another chance to win that title.

“It was very important because missing out on the World Cup would have been a huge blow, firstly for the squad as a whole and then for me on a personal level,” he said. “I don’t know how I would have taken it. The same goes for the people of Argentina. Failing to make Russia would have been an all-time low for the country.”


Nigeria to Withdraw $1 billion From Excess Crude Account For Purchase Of Arms To Fight Boko Haram

The National Economic Council on Thursday asked the Federal Government to withdraw $1bn from the $2.3bn currently in the Excess Crude Account and use it to fight insurgency in the North East, a report by Punch has revealed.

The decision, it was gathered was taken at a meeting of the council presided over by Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. The decision was made public by the Edo State Governor, Godwin Obasek at the end of the meeting.

The council chaired by the Vice-President has all state governors as members. Obaseki said council members expected that the money would be spent on the purchase of security equipment, procurement of intelligence and logistics, among others.

Details later…


How Government Is Spending Recovered Loot – Osinbajo

Federal government is using recovered loots to finance government activities.

A large portion of recovered loot is what is been used by the federal government to finance its various social investment and intervention programmes according to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo.

This, he disclosed at an event to commemorate the World Anti-corruption Day, where he listed some of such social investment projects to include the homegrown school feeding programme,

growth enterprise and empowerment programme as well as N-Power – “the largest social investment programmes of any administration”.

Osinbajo, represented by Waziri Adio, executive secretary, Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (NEITI),

while delivering the keynote address titled, ‘Notable trends in the war against corruption,’ stated that “a large portion of recovered assets is used to fund the social investment projects of this administration.”

“In 2016, Nigeria joined the open government partnership (OGP) and has thus far made 14 commitments aimed at ensuring transparency and accountability in the management of public office and increasing citizen participation in governance.

“Some of such commitments include open contracting (via the ICRC’s PPP contract disclosure portal), technology-based citizens’ feedback, presidential committee on asset recovery,

voluntary assets and income declaration scheme, and the special investigation panel on the recovery of public property.

“The 2016, 2017 and proposed 2018 budgets all have a line for the recovery of stolen public funds. Hence, the recovery of funds is a revenue line.

“The criminality involved in the initial acceptance of stolen funds by institutions in these countries is oftentimes left unpunished”.

“In order to be successful, the war against corruption requires the constant recruitment of stakeholders and partners, particularly from other arms of government and civil society organisations,” he added.

“I hope the issue of stakeholder recruitment and other pertinent issues will form part of your deliberations at the panel discussions still to come.” He said.


EFCC arraigns man for allegedly hacking Winner’s Chapel’s online bookstore efcc-arraigns-man-allegedly-hacking-winners-chapels-online-bookstore

The EFCC on Wednesday charged one Chimezie Chuta before a Federal High Court in Lagos for alleged cybercrime. The accused was charged for allegedly hacking into the online bookstores of the Living Faith Church, popularly known as Winners Chapel.

Chuta, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge. The EFCC in the charge marked, FHC/L/441C/17, alleged that the accused committed the offence on March 8, 2016. The accused was alleged to have altered the online data of Dominion Bookstores platform belonging to Living Faith Church Worldwide and created a counterfeit platform. The alteration was said to be for purposes of conferring economic benefits on himself. The EFCC said that the actions of the accused had caused the church to lose its publishing unit. It said that the offences contravened the provisions of Sections 14 and 16 of the Cybercrimes (Prohibition) Act 2015. After the plea of the accused, the Prosecutor, Mr Ahmed Yerima, asked the court for a trial date, urging it to remand the accused in prison, pending trial. The Defence Counsel, Mr A. Osagie, also urged the court to order the remand of the accused in EFCC custody. He told the court that he was only briefed as counsel on Tuesday, and this had made it impossible for him to file the bail application earlier. The trial judge, Justice Ayokunle Faji, adjourned the matter until Feb. 26 and 27, 2018, for trial, and ordered that the accused be remanded in prison custody. The judge however said that the bail application will be given a date for hearing NAN


Nigeria’s export value hits N3.57bn in Q3 – NBS

The National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) has said that Nigeria’s total exports in the third quarter of 2017 stood at N3.57 billon,
showing 13.19 per cent increase over the amount recorded in the second quarter. The NBS stated this in “Foreign Trade Statistics for the Third Quarter 2017’’ posted on the bureau’s website. The bureau stated the value (N3.57 billion) in the third quarter of 2017 represented an increase of 35 per cent over the amount recorded in the same period in 2016. The report stated that raw material exports value increased by 16.88 per cent in third quarter of 2017 against the level in second quarter of 2017 and 70.42 per cent higher than third quarter of 2016. It noted that solid minerals exports value increased by 85.3 per cent in third quarter of 2017 compared to the second quarter of 2017 and was 78.72 per cent higher than third quarter of 2016. Meanwhile, NBS said that total imports value of N2,348.6 billion in third quarter of 2017 which was 10.51 per cent lower than second quarter of 2017 and 4.68 per cent lower than third quarter 2016. According to the report, value of imported agricultural goods were 0.05 per cent higher than the value recorded in second quarter of 2017 and 16.91 per cent higher than third quarter of 2016. The report stated that the value of raw material imports were 4.77 per cent lower than second quarter, 2017 and 2.80 per cent lower than the value in the third quarter, 2016. It further stated that solid minerals imports in the third quarter 2017 decreased by 1,220.48 per cent compared to second quarter but was 8.69 per cent higher than third quarter 2016. The report, however, stated that energy goods imports in third quarter were 92.17 per cent lower than the second quarter and compared to third quarter 2016 when no energy goods imports were recorded. It stated that manufactured goods imports value was 4.08 per cent higher in third quarter than the level in second quarter and 2.79 per cent lower than third 2016. In addition, it state that other oil products imports value were 17.54 per cent lower than in second quarter and 28.81 per cent higher than third quarter 2016.


Woman allegedly bites Ikeja Electric workers over power disconnection

A 28-year-old trader, Kemi Shopade, who allegedly assaulted two Ikeja Electric workers that wanted to disconnect her electricity wire, on Wednesday appeared before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court, Lagos. Shopade,

resident of Alaguntan, Iyana-Ipaja, Lagos, is being tried for conspiracy and assault. The Prosecutor, Sgt. Godwin Awase, said that the accused committed the offences on Nov. 24, at her residence. Awase said that the accused and two others, who had yet to be apprehended, assaulted two workers of Ikeja Electric — Mr John Oluwole and Mr Uwaoman Ibiam. “The accused beat up and bit the complainants while performing their duty,” he said. He said that the complainants disconnected the electricity supply of the accused over unpaid electricity bills from January. “The accused, who had not paid for electricity since the beginning of the year, descended on the complainants when they disconnected her power supply. “The two other men who are still at large joined her in beating the complainants, and in the process, the accused bit the complainants. “The case was reported to the police and the accused was arrested,” the prosecutor said. The offences contravened Sections 174 and 411 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015(Revised). The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Section 174 prescribes three years jail term for a person guilty of assault. The accused, however, pleaded innocence of the offences and was granted bail in the sum of N20,000 with two sureties in like sum. The Magistrate, Mr J.A. Adigun, said that the sureties should be gainfully employed and show evidence of two years tax payment to the Lagos State Government. He adjourned the case until Jan. 5, for mention



Centre partners with Lagos State to bring coding to schools Read more at centre-partners-lagos-state-bring-coding-schools

The Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre (W.TEC) on Wednesday said it is partnering with the Lagos State Ministry of Education to make the coding curriculum accessible to students.

Mr Adeyemi Odutola, the W.TEC’s Communications Officer, said that the Centre would serve as a delivery partner for the effective running of the project. “W.TEC brings to the CodeLagos project her wealth of experience from the success of her after-school computer club for girls WTEC Academy as she partners with the Lagos State Ministry of Education. “The CodeLagos project is an initiative of the Lagos Ministry of Education to provide every student and youth at large in Lagos State with the opportunities to learn to code free of charge,” Odutola said in a statement. He said the objective of the programme was for the citizens to leverage on the latest technological advancements for their collective development. Odutola said that the state ministry was aimed at making the coding curriculum accessible to every student in Lagos State. He said that the CodeLagos training would hold in public and private schools across the state, as well as Information and Communication Technology centres and Public Libraries. “In respect to this, training sessions at designated schools is strictly for students of the schools, while training sessions at various public libraries is open to members of the public who are registered with any particular library. “Due to this, a total of 145 ICT instructors from 116 public and private schools in Lagos State will be equipped with the necessary competence and skills to effectively teach the coding classes in their respective schools “W.TEC’s partnership with CodeLagos is to overlook assigned secondary schools, ICT centres and public libraries in the Lagos Mainland zone for the project. “The monitoring responsibility of W.TEC is to make sure that set standards of the project are met by the schools and also sustaining adequate publicity for the assigned centres,” he said. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that CodeLagos is an initiative of the Lagos State Ministry of Education aimed at educating Lagos State residents for the future of work by teaching them how to write code and creatively solve problems. NAN also reports that W.TEC is a Nigerian non-governmental organisation working to empower girls and women socially and economically, using information and communication technology. It organises projects and workshops, which help to build technology skills and literacy among women. NAN


FMC, Abeokuta acquires 170 hectares of land for proposed University of Medicine -abeokuta-acquires-170-hectares-land-proposed-university-medicine/

The Federal Medical Centre (FMC), Abeokuta, says it has acquired 170 hectares of land for the construction of proposed University of Medicine and School of Preliminary Studies.

Its Medical Director, Prof. Adewale Musa-Olomu, made this known at a news conference on Wednesday in Abeokuta to mark his 100 days in office. He said that the land worth N2.6 billion was donated by the state government, and located in Obafemi Owode Local Government Area of the state. “We all know that Federal Medical Centres are established where there are no teaching hospitals. “There is no way you can get a teaching hospital without having a university where theoretical aspects of medical training will be taught. “So, in our efforts to ensure FMC, Abeokuta, is upgraded to a teaching hospital, we have acquired 170 hectares of land, courtesy of Ogun State Government, where we will build our medical university and school of preliminary studies. “Past medical directors of the centre have tried to achieve this upgrade with the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta (FUNAAB), but the specialisation of the university could not allow it to work,” he said. Musa-Olomu said that with acquisition of the land and the willingness of local and international agencies to support the establishment of the medical university, work will soon commence on the project. According to him, successive heads of the hospital had made several efforts to upgrade the centre to a teaching hospital, but there was no university to be affiliated to. The medical director listed other achievements in 100 days to include breaking new grounds in research activities and increment in Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) through the establishment of table-water and intravenous fluid factories. Musa-Olomu said that others were rural health integration, training and re-training of staff, collaborative research, among others. NAN

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3 men in trouble for abusing fish in U.S. men-trouble-abusing-fish-u-s/

Three boaters have been charged with felony after they were caught in a viral video dragging a shark at a high speed through the water in Florida, U.S.

The video of the shark being dragged went viral in late July after a Miami sport fisherman criticised it on social media. Their offence prompted an outcry from the public and some activists which is also seen as “animal lynching”. A Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission news release said 21-year-old Michael Wenzel and 23-year-old Spencer Heintz of Palmetto, along with 28-year-old Robert Lee Benac of Bradenton, each face two felony counts of aggravated animal cruelty. Wenzel and Benac also face a misdemeanour count of taking a shark illegally. Eric Hovland, the Florida Aquarium’s associate curator, said the video made his “stomach flip,” and he described it as “animal lynching.” “It’s flipping and tossing around,” Hovland said of the shark in the video. “It looks like it’s even been roped by the tail. I mean this just wasn’t hooked on a line and accidentally dragged. This was purposeful and tragic.” FWC Chairman Bo Rivard said he hopes the charges send a clear message that this kind of behaviour won’t be tolerated. “As we’ve said since this video and other images came to light, these actions have no place in Florida, where we treasure and conserve our natural resources for everyone,” said Commission Chairman Bo Rivard in the statement. “We appreciate the patience and support of the public as our law enforcement investigators worked with the Hillsborough County State Attorney’s Office to identify a number of serious violations that will be brought to the courts for adjudication. “It is our hope these charges will send a clear message to others that this kind of behaviour involving our fish and wildlife will not be tolerated.” Prosecutors in Hillsborough County are handling the case. “The State Attorney’s Office is committed to holding these men accountable for having engaged in such senseless and unjustifiable animal cruelty. “We thank the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission for their work in investigating these crimes. “We stand with them, along with Florida’s fishing and hunting communities, and all those who cherish our precious natural resources, in condemning the torture of our marine wildlife,” said Andrew H. Warren, State Attorney for the 13th Judicial Circuit in the statement. Jail records didn’t list attorneys for the men. NAN

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Travel Agent docked over alleged N1.3m visa scam Read more at:

A travel agent, Wasiu Arikeuyo, 45, was on Wednesday brought before an Iyaganku Chief Magistrates’

court in Ibadan over an alleged fraud of N1.3 million. The accused, who resided at No. E7/721B Oremeji, Agugu, Ibadan, is charged for allegedly defrauding his customer of the sum under the pretext of procuring an Australian visa and ticket for him. Arikeuyo is facing a two – count charge of obtaining money by false pretences and convention. The prosecutor, Insp. Sunday Fatola, insisted that Arikeuyo allegedly obtained the sum of N1, 300,000 from one Tosin Olofinbimi, under the pretence of obtaining an Australian visa and ticket for him. Fatola said Arikeuyo knew same to be false and he was alleged to have converted the same sum of money to his own use, property of Olofinbimi of 5, Adagbada Arola , Apete, Ibadan. “Olofinbimi had approached Wasiu Arikeuyo on Aug. 20 to process a travel visa and a ticket to Australia for one Mrs Amusan. “He said Arikeuyo charged him the sum of N1,300,000 for both visa and ticket which is fully paid for as agreed, and he gave Olofinbimi assurance that it will be ready in seven days. “Arikeuyo, however, failed to bring the ticket to enable his client travel as planned,” said Fatola. He said the offences were committed at Agugu, Ibadan at about 2: 00 p.m. on Aug. 20. The offences were contrary to Section 383 and punishable under section 390 (9) of the Criminal Code, Cap 38, Vol.II, Laws of Oyo State, 2000. The defendant pleaded not guilty to the charge when it was read to him in court. The Chief Magistrate, Mrs Modina Akanni, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N200, 000 with two sureties in like sum. Akanni ordered that one of the sureties must have three years tax clearance, while the second surety must be a Civil Servant on grade level 10. She, thereafter, adjourned the case until Feb.13, 2018 for hearing. NAN

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JAMB remitted N7.8bn to FG from 2016 UTME – Oloyede

JAMB remitted N7.8bn to FG from 2016 UTME – Oloyede
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Bwari (FCT) – The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Tuesday said it remitted N7.8 billion to Federal Government coffers from 2016 University and Tertiary Matriculation Examinations (UTME).

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The board’s Registrar, Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, made this known when a delegation from
National Officers Council of Colleges of Education Academic Staff Union (COEASU) paid a visit to the board in Bwari, FCT.

Oloyede, who dismissed the speculated N5.2 billion as amount remitted to Federal Government during the period under review, said “the board paid in N7.8 billion to Federal Government and not N5.2 billion.”

He said the board would work to ensure that it met the needs of the sector and strive
to sustain education standard in the country.

He called for cooperation from stakeholders in the education sector to further raise standard, saying “let us work together and push government to do the needful so that education would be where it ought to be.

“When we identify obstacles, we could push government to amend some areas
to enhance the sector.

“I do not see why we should have more than four credits before one can get into
college of education, forgetting that it created an opportunity for people like us in the past.

“I assure you that UTME score does not determine the quality of one’s education; it is the environment that makes the difference obvious by segregating institutions.”

Oloyede challenged the officers on the need to officially make a case for National Council of Education, which he said was made up of commissioners of education, to review the number of credits to be attained by intending candidates of colleges of education.

He said the board would not hesitate to work with unions to set up a Task Force that would check irregularities that may cripple the sub-sector.

Earlier, the President of COEASU, Mr Nuhu Ogirima, said that the challenge had
been an obstacle to admission status of colleges nationwide.

He called for review of the current application process into colleges of education, saying “a review is imperative, given the fact that the current application process
predisposes candidates toward university education.

“Notwithstanding the overwhelming preference for admission into university, the provision for college of education as third choice in JAMB sought to obscure the system from others.

“After the selection of the very best from the first choice list, colleges of education are left with no choice in JAMB but the low performing candidates and this does not augur well for the teacher education system.

“The union would, therefore, appreciate if JAMB, without prejudice to her establishment law, explore the possibility of collaborating with stakeholders in colleges of education.

“The collaboration would provide enabling environment that could improve the admission status of the colleges nationwide.”

He announced that the council would soon set up a committee that would come up with memorandum to tackle the issues before the necessary quarters.

The meeting was attended by directors of the board. (NAN)